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Christopher Jolliffe


  • One Bullet? Let the Traitor Have It.

    The Roman Republic died in the end because it was not worth saving: the spirit of this public thing was not even worth disinterring. Whatever it had been before the Punic Wars, it was no longer; it had become a society of optimates and slaves. Anybody who has read any reactionary literature recognises this style of thought is in vogue, because society seems to be in the hands of our enemies, and the words of Corneliu Zelea Codreanu ring loud: “If I had but one bullet and were faced by both an enemy and a traitor, I would let the traitor have it.”

    — Christopher Jolliffe
    "The Latifundia," ARKTOS Journal (Opens new window)

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